Spit At The “Cult”

Spit At The “Cult”

  • “We heard it was a cult.” – King County Prosecutor Rich Anderson

Labelling something a cult immediately voids the need for evidence and the reasonable use of the law amongst King County Prosecutors – at least in their minds. Nothing too new about lynch-mobs and bigotry from those puffed up on their power highs.

Prosecutors of King County Washington abused the law to shut down anything associated with Timothy Williams including protecting a hate crime.

Some spit balls are made of mucus while others are waded up laws filled with snot.

In Washington State, amongst Prosecutor Dan Satterberg and the Enumclaw Police taking down a church you don’t like is a matter of spitting by abusing the “law.”

Compliments, of course, from judges like Lori K. Smith and the like that poured contempt upon the constraining rule of law found in the Constitution. Both the U.S. and State of Washington Constitution.

Prosecutor Dan Satterberg, Prosecutor Mark Larson, Prosecutor Rich Anderson, Prosecutor Jason Simmons, Prosecutor Lisa Johnson all brutally loaded up a spit ball and spat at Sound Doctrine Church, Winepress Publishing, Salt Shaker Bookstore upon the backside of Timothy Williams.

Athena Dean Holtz‘s hate crimes were given the force of a spit-ball because they happily “heard it was a cult.”

Brutal are the law enforcers that inflame the spit-balls.

without love, unforgiving, slanderous, without self-control, brutal, not lovers of the good, (2 Timothy 3:3)

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Prosecutor Dan Satterberg Support Hate Crime

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When I was growing up in south Mississippi, there were some Pentecostals who sold peanut brittle door-to-door and in grocery store parking lots.  At one point in my childhood, I remember having a positive view of them because — well, they had sweets.  But my dad took care of that really quickly.

Dad said they were part of a cult, and whenever they approached us, he wouldn’t even acknowledge them.  Behind closed doors, he also made fun of them.  I took note.

All of us who are raising or influencing kids should recognize that when we mock other groups of people, we poison our kids’ ability to see those people as individuals.  Maybe we do it by impersonating accents, using demeaning names to refer to a racial group, or always casting adherents of a particular religion as the bad guys.  It’s a great way to handicap our children, to make it harder for them to grow up and engage with other adults maturely.

You know, if I could find that teenage girl who walked away with spit in her hair, I would apologize and beg her forgiveness.  That may not be possible, but there’s one thing I can do: watch the way I talk about other people around my kids.